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Sep 26, 2012 4:30am PDT
general assembly at the united nations 7:30 our time this morning. he told reporters that a new world order needs to emerge away from what he calls american bullying and domination. ahmadinejad discussed solutions for syria being dismissed question of iran's nuclear ambitions and claimed despite western sanctions his country is better off now than when he took office in 2005. >>> seismologists from uc berkeley say they've develop add earthquake warning system that that works friday they will ask congress for funding. it uses sensors planted all over the bay area detect seismic waves from an epicenter the goal to send electronic alerts over the internet to the general public. >> it could change from zero seconds not everybody will get a warning after tens of second in the best case scenario a minute's worth of warning. >> bart has already developed a software program to analyze the date that. warning would -- analyze the data. >>> steve wozniak may be calling brisbane home we are not talking about the one in san mateo county he tells an australia radio station he's going to apply
Sep 25, 2012 4:30am PDT
considering allowing the nation's tiniest apartment units, an idea driven by the tight housing market. katie marzullo is live in the south of market area itch >> reporter: -- here take a look at building across the street this houses so-called microapartments the units 300 square feet. the new rules would allow those to come down to 220 square feet about the size of a parking space we are standing in now. 220 square feet. we have video we want to show you of a mock-up microapartment. these were created by berkeley developer patrick kennedy he's working on another development in somo. you are looking at 150 square feet of living space, bathroom, kitsch and closet that will get you up to 220 this is the concept of supervisor scott weiner saying it is the only affordable housing in san francisco, the only way singles can afford to live here who make up more than 40% of san francisco population, these would go if $1200 to $1700 a month compared to the price of a studio, more than $2,000. opponents say it is going to create a city that is too dense going to put strain on public transportation and
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